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PICK AND MIX: Despite the star-studded turnout, Stella McCartney’s show in Paris on Monday morning had the feel of a family gathering. In addition to her husband, Alasdhair Willis, and her father Paul McCartney with his wife Nancy Shevell, the front row guests included McCartney’s younger brother James, a musician who generally keeps a low profile.
Salma Hayek and Alicia Keys delighted photographers by posing together in their black-and-white dresses. Hayek said she would soon begin filming the sequel to the Adam Sandler comedy “Grown Ups,” and would likely spend the summer promoting Oliver Stone’s “Savages,” in which she plays the head of a Mexican drug cartel. The actress has no problem switching between genres. “That’s who I am. I don’t have a very serious attitude about, ‘I only have to do this [type of movie],’ but I do take my job very seriously, whether it’s a comedy or an art film,” she said.
Isabelle Huppert just returned from Italy, where she shot “La bella addormentata” (“Sleeping Beauty” in English) with director Marco Bellocchio. The film is inspired by the real-life story of Eluana Englaro, a woman in a coma who became the focus of a court battle between supporters and opponents of euthanasia in Italy. Blanca Li recently spent time in the U.K., where she choreographed an event for McCartney during London Fashion Week. Her latest dance spectacle, “Elektro Kif,” is touring there until the end of March.